Wednesday 29 June 2022
A RAIL STRIKE and rising inflation have led to much reminiscing about the 1970s this week. When Edward Heath asked “Who governs?” in his 1974 General Election campaign, he got his answer: Harold Wilson replaced him in No. 10
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THE position of the Lambeth Conference in Anglican decision-making has always been contentious
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THE transitoriness of the Jubilee harmony has been widely remarked this week. As the costumes from the Mall pageant on Sunday were still being folded up, Conservative MPs were voting to indicate their confidence, or lack of it, in Boris Johnson as Prime Minister
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